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Audio Research Mourns the Loss of Ward Fiebiger

Press Release on death of Senior Design Engineer, Ward Fiebiger

Plymouth, MN, March 14, 2017 – On March 13th, Senior Design Engineer Ward Fiebiger suffered a sudden and fatal heart attack. 701 more words

Announcements

World of McIntosh: Listening to the Sonus Faber Amati Tradition

The McIntosh Group had set up representatives of the new Homage Tradition loudspeaker line in different listening rooms, scattered throughout the WoM Townhouse, and then invited their dealers, distributors and the local press to wander about, to see, touch and taste. 782 more words

Loudspeakers

World of McIntosh: Listening to the Sonus Faber Guarneri Tradition

The McIntosh Group had set up representatives of the new Homage Tradition loudspeaker line in different listening rooms, scattered throughout the WoM Townhouse, and then invited their dealers, distributors and the local press to wander about, to see, touch and taste. 669 more words

Loudspeakers

Audio Research

Audio within creative photography can be used to give effect and emotion within the image. By using audio such as free copyright music and sound effects you can create an atmosphere for the viewer, for example if the viewer saw an image of a child crossing the road they would have no idea what is happening and what that image represents, however if this image had audio it could tell a story and the viewer would then understand the meaning. 554 more words

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RMAF 2016: Vandersteen Doubles Down on Bass

Audio-show exhibitors love keeping the lights low. It creates a moody, exotic atmosphere. But for aging scribes like myself, it also presents challenges. The way I do… 785 more words

RMAF 2016

Audio Advice: “Music Matters” in Charlotte, NC -- Part 2

by Eric Franklin Shook

From The Bottom To The Top

Poverty in the American South has many names, one of them being Laurinburg. It’s a small town in North Carolina, just north of it’s southern border. 620 more words

Audiophile Journal

Audio Advice: “Music Matters” in Raleigh, NC -- Part 1


by Eric Franklin Shook

There are people; then there are these people

Narrow minded, prejudiced, ready to make assumptions about places different from where they grew up. 1,170 more words

Audiophile Journal